The Delta Democrat-Times from Greenville, Mississippi on May 26, 1965 · Page 12
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? 12 Wednesday, May 25, '65 Delta Democrat-Time* 7W//W 0irfs% Clay In Beating BoSox 17-5- fe Halts Cards, 2-0 9 Home Runs In Boston Game Minnesota Clubs 4 Hurlers For 20 Hits By United Press International T HE slugging at Fenway Park lasted longer, pro vided more excitement and Instigated less booing ·than that in Lewiston, Maine. - No punches were thrown Tuesday night in Boston but some muscle-bound athletes unloaded the heavy artillery at Fenway's inviting left field wall in a game that included nine home runs and a total of 23 hits. The homer-happy Minnesota Twins clobbered fo'jr Boston pitchers for 20 safeties, five of them for the distance. Everyone in the Minnesota starting lineup had at least one hit with eight nen picking up two or more. The slugfest resulted in a 17-5 out of the Red Sox before rowd of over 0,000 which got onsiderably more for its mon y than spectators in Lewiston The victory left the Twins with one game of the league lead- ng While Sox. Other AL Action Elsewhere in the American League, Cleveland beat Ncv York 5-1; Detroit stopped Chi :ago 7-5; Baltimore bested Kan-t LAST DAY! Show Time 7:M THE ACADEMY AWJRD WINNER!* *1T» -MtneTwr I join m Jones! iff-lh. Wolla-.e, Ollt i i i i and 6-5. The fireworks started in the ourth inning with Minnesota A«K ri. i eading 2-0. The Twins explod- oS«. ',,': ed for four, then five, a single!'0 "" 0 "' ''· run and five more in successive! TOJALS 33 n n tASTWAXCMOt - ALSO "Some Like It Hot" MARILYN MONROE JACK LEMMON STARTS THURSDAY TEMPLE 678H6tA ^ 1 , Allied Van Lines Overcomes Hart's Early Lead.. 11-5 TONIGHT'S GAME V. G. vs. Walker Farms 8 p.m. Carrie Stern Field By BARRY JONES Hart's drew first blond last night with 3 early runs to their credit,; only to be defeated in the end by the powerful Allied nine by a on one hit lory t h a t score of 11-5. Cothron's homer in the 7lh help-) cd to spur his Allied co-horts on lo victory and to keep them at the lop of the League with no losses or tie. 1 !. Allied 1 ! Oakcs was the winning B'TM R" 11 "" 1 pitcher with 12 strikeouis (o his: ^ u r t credit and giving up 5 hits. Palmertrce and New were the losers, neither striking out any of their opponents and giving up 13 hits. Don Turns In 1-Hitler To Win For LA By United Press International When Don Drysdale gc : clown lo business lie's n hard; man to deal with--in fad, he's: almost impossible. I Drysdalc was all but perfect! Tuesday night against the St. Louis Cardinals when he slopped the world champions as City 6-3; and Wasfungton! Ml|[[) ook two from Los Angeles, 7-3 i^thn Aft I . '· 0 . 3 I . * 1 . 3 1 . i nnings. Bob Allison, Jerry Kindall, Early Battcy. Zoilo Versalles and Tony Olivo iiam- mered the long balls. Overlooked in the hitting ipree was Jim Grant's f i f t h consecutive victory. The unbeaten righthander allowed eight hits, 'our of them roundtrippers. Wins Fifth Game Bill Monbouquette was the victim of the initial onslaught and was charged with his fourth defeat in nine decisions. Cleveland's Vic Davalillo, who says "I don't know where my power comes from" knocked four runs with (wo homers ofl Jim Bouton. The 5-foot-7, 150- pounder gave winner Sony Sic berl, now 5-2, a one-run lead the second and climaxed a four run rally in the sixth with roundtripper with two aboard Fred WhitfMd opened tha in ning with his seventh homer o the season. Detroit sent Chicago down t its fifth loss In six games on i 10-hit attack led by Al Kaline' two triples. The All-Star right fielder drove in be the winning run in the sev- HART'S I b . AB R H' 3 2 1 3 I 1 in a 2-0 Dodger vic- snapped a seven- win streak. Mood, the game's firs batter singled and llicrcaftcr only one Cardinal reached base and he did on an error. The one-hitter was the first of the tall righthanders career! but he said after (he game t h a t there was no question in his mirxl that the ball should be scored a base hit even through it glanced off his right hand. Gibson Loses First The game was n scoreless pitching duel until the eighth when the Dodgers pushed over the only runs of the contest to local Teams Lead In 4th. Round Of Tourney With Greenville ladies leading by 13 points and Greenville men by 17 points, the fourth and final round oi the Delta Jnter-Club Jolf Tournament will be played at Greenwood Thursday. At the close of the third round n Clarksdale last Thursday Greenville ladies were in front with 128!' 2 points, Clarksdale second with 11514. Yazoo City 43 and Greenwood 37. Greenville men are in front with may be changed over last week's array of 12 golfers. Biioxi Wins 2-0 Playoff Opener BILOXI -- Biioxi Redskins scored n 2-0 win over Clarksdalo Wildcats at Biioxi Tuesday in the Mississippi Class AA baseball playoffs. Tho second game will be play, ed in Clarksdale Saturday at 3 p. a 3-round total of 191'/2. Green wood second with 174)4. Yazoo City ISS'/j, Clarksdale 123'/ 2 . and if a third game is necessary it will be played en a neutral field. Jimmy Wallace won his clcv- Thc Greenville ladies team is| emn g am e in a row for the Kcd- unchanged for Thursday over lasll s ^i n s without u loss. Wallace al- veck's team. The team is com- ] CWC( ) 55 hits. Morris Wiltshire, on SENIOR LIFE SAVING CLASS AT THE YMCA: Hc.-e arc- some of the young men who are taking the senior life saving course al the YMCA under the direction of Robert "Mac" Mc- Clcllan of the "Y" staff. Left to right in the water are Jesse Burrell, Jerry Ault, Jim Nines Others (l-r) include Curtis Purvis, Danny Mayer, Scott Hlavaly, Jerry Childs, Jimmy Mayer, Don Etheridge, Don Harrison and MeCIellan. (P"°'o by Eddie Miller) xjsed of Betty Comvay, Jeanette )cnnis, Hilcen Miller, Suzanne Montgomery, Pat Ingram and Opal Drescher. llzo. 5b. .. Pal.TF.rret, tvl.n, ft hn«n, it . Pol-ntrlief, p. 1O1MS 11 i 5 VG Girls Score 11 In 3rd To Win By BARRY JONES Last right's game between VG and Quick Car Wash ladies teams brought back memories ol the old "Gas House Gang" as VG exploded for 11 runs in the 3rd inning. It was VG all the way until (he last inning when QCW went on the scoring spree of their own with 9 runs, but fell 2 runs short going down in defeat 20-18. It was VG's first win of this season, thus a joyous victory for them. The ladies next game is Thursday night at 7 p.m. V » O Al It H VorDnvjder, 4 4 3 \Vhilllrgrcn 3 3 2 lu.-.iioui.l 4 3 2 . ." Ai.»;i*uld 3 1 1 what proved to-Biir 4 i 2 in the TM«- s « ;d * ' ! - , hand unbeaten Bob Gibson his o j f i r s t setback after eight straight [wins. fn other National L e a g u e ;iimcs Pittsburgh nipped Chicago 7-C in 12 innings; Cincinnati trimmed Houston 7-4; and Milwaukee clobbered San Francisco, 14-1. Drysdale, who led (ho league in innings pitched last season, opened tho Los Angeles eighth with n single. He was sacrificed to second and Wes Parker then Drescher And Montgomery Lead drew a walk. With two out, re liablo Ron Fairly stepped up a n d stroked a double to left center, scoring the only two runs of the game. Three-run Perez and homers by Vada Pinson Tony highlighted Cincinnati's triumph. Perez, n rookie who alternates at first basa with veteran Gordie Coleman, unlied B 4-1 tlead lock with his clout in the top of the ninth olf loser Jim Ovens. 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The Hornets will lose only Dick Peterson and Wade Wineman from the squad by graduation. The team won a pair of meets from Shelby this season. enth with hla second three-bag- ger. Fred Gladding was credited with the victory in a relief rol' and Tommy John, the Chicago lefthander, took his second defeat. United Press International American League W. L. Pet. GB 24 13 .049 22 13 .52D 22 17 21 17 18 17 20 20 17 !3 17 22 17 24 Chicago ^Minnesota ?';Bal(imore Detroit Cleveland Los Angeles Boston New York Washington Kansas City .564 .553 .514 .500 .472 .436 .415 9 25 .265 13'/ Tuesday's Results Cleveland 5 New York 1 Wash 7 Los Ang 3, 1st twi Wash 6 Los Ang 5, 2nd, nigh Baltimore 6 Kan City 3, nigh Minnesota 17 Boston 5, night Detroit 7 Chicago 5. night National League W. L. Pel. ( 14 14 16 111 San Francisco 21 15 Chicago Philadelphia Los Angeles Cincinnati Si. 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